219: Season 3, Episode 2

Season 3 — By on March 25, 2011 3:10 am


ShapeUp NYC

Produced and edited by Margaret Teich


From bike lanes and smoking bans, New York City is making health a priority. The newest incentive? ShapeUp NYC.

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Re:cycling

Produced and edited by Annais Morales and Nathan Frandino.

With all the new bike lanes around the city, there’s no denying that cycling is a healthy mode of transportation. But one resident is taking the good in biking one step further — by literally re:cycling.

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Hydroponic Farming

Produced and edited by Brenda Gonzalez and Elis Estrada-Simpson.

A group in Brooklyn gives city dwellers a chance to provide its community with farm fresh food.

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Making Life Sweet

Produced and edited by Channon Hodge.

Chef Suzanne Barr, owner of Sweet Potato Bakery, left her corporate job to combine healthy living and the sweet side of life.

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Interview With A Well-Being Ninja

Interview by Amy Stretten.

Elizabeth McCann, founder of Well-Being Ninja, a New York City based holistic health counseling service, talks to 219 West.

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Working Out At Home

Produced by Tamy Cozier. Reported by Alcione Gonzalez.

219 West Reporter Alcione Gonzalez shows you how to turn your home into a workout zone.

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Truck Farm

Produced and reported by Megan Izen.

If you can’t bring the city to the farm, why can’t you bring the farm to the city on the back of a moving truck? Megan Izen reports on the Truck Farm project: a mobile community farm.

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